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D. Jill Green, JD

Senior Associate Dean for Student Experience and Strategic Initiatives
Academic AreaLaw & Ethics

D. Jill Green is the Senior Associate Dean for Student Experience and Strategic Initiatives at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Green joined the Carey Business School in 2017 as Associate Dean for Student Development.  She leads the operations and strategic direction of multiple units within Carey, including admissions, academic administration, student affairs, experiential learning, career and life design, employer relations, and corporate and strategic partnerships.

Green has more than 20 years of legal experience. Before joining Carey, she served as Assistant Dean for Career Development and Adjunct Faculty at the University of Baltimore School of Law where she led the career development team, oversaw the externship programs, and developed public interest and leadership initiatives. Prior to joining UB Law, Green served as Visiting Clinical Professor at the University of Maine School of Law, Assistant Attorney General for the State of Maine, Frank M. Coffin Fellow at Pine Tree Legal Assistance, Staff Attorney at the Brooklyn Children’s Law Center, and Family Law Fellow at Penquis CAP.


  • Juris Doctor, University of Baltimore School of Law
  • Bachelor of Arts, Government and Politics, University of Maryland, College Park



  • Business Law

Honors and distinctions

  • 2016 Leadership in Law Award, Daily Record of Maryland
  • Maryland’s Top 100 Women, 2015

Impact and engagement


  • GBC Roundtable Board
  • BusinessCAS Advisory Board
  • DMV Diversity Roundtable


Pro Bono Resource Center of Maryland, Board of Directors (2023-Present)

  • KIPP Baltimore Board of Directors (2021-2023)
  • Baltimore Bar Foundation, Fellow
  • Women Lawyers As Leaders, Founder (2013-2017)
  • Maryland Pro Bono Coordinating Council (2013-2015)
  • Volunteer Attorney (House of Ruth, Senior Legal Services, Teen Court)
  • Tahirih Justice Center Advisory Board (2015-2017)
  • Civil Justice Board (2015-2016)